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Watch: Crowd Goes Wild When Trump Flies Over Track Before Attending NASCAR Race


Donald Trump has proven he can draw an enthusiastic crowd anywhere he goes.

After staging successful rallies in deep-blue states like New York and New Jersey, he visited a friendlier state this weekend, making a special appearance at the Coca-Cola 600 NASCAR race in North Carolina.

As The Hill reported:

Former President Trump on Sunday flew over the Coca-Cola 600 in North Carolina in his private plane, dubbed “Trump Force One,” before attending the NASCAR race.

Trump Force One flew over the Charlotte Motor Speedway around 4:30 p.m. Sunday and was met with scores of cheering from the audience.

“Passing over the Charlotte Motor Speedway now – Very exciting! DJT,” the former president wrote on Truth Social Sunday.

The Coca-Cola 600 is a NASCAR Cup Series race that is the longest and only one in the series that goes from day-to-night in Concord, North Carolina. The race was slated to kick off at 6:00 p.m. EST.

Footage of the event quickly spread far and wide via social media:

Here’s some additional coverage of Trump’s arrival, per the Daily Mail:

The annual 600-mile NASCAR Cup Series points race is taking place on Sunday evening, with Charlotte Motor Speedway hosting the showpiece as usual on Memorial Day weekend.

And before it got underway at 6pm ET, Trump’s private plane was seen flying over the course as he made his grand arrival.

Fans went crazy when the former US President’s aircraft – known as ‘Trump Force One’ – jetted over ahead of Sunday’s event.

Sky News broadcasted its own footage of Trump’s reception at Charlotte Motor Speedway:



 

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